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Reviews of Books with 298 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 298 pages.

Book Review

Perpetual Conflict

by Michele Sharpe

With attractive illustrations, the memoir "Perpetual Conflict" is about overcoming self-destructive behaviors and achieving self-knowledge through creativity. Victoria Wolf’s illustrated memoir "Perpetual Conflict" is about achieving... Read More

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Revelation of the Bible

by Jeremiah Rood

"Revelation of the Bible" is an unusual work of biblical commentary that sees evidence of alien visitation in the book of Exodus and the life of Moses. Moshe Mazin’s intriguing religious book "Revelation of the Bible" uses scientific... Read More

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A Gentlewoman Scholar

by Delia Stanley

"A Gentlewoman Scholar" is made up of three historical romance novellas, all set in the 1800s, wherein women fight gender expectations and discover love. In the first story, Winnifred becomes Fred, using ill-fitting clothing and a... Read More

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Prey of the Falcon

by Philip Zozzaro

"Prey of the Falcon" is a compelling thriller in which terrorists find a new way to strike at old enemies. In Len Camarda’s thriller "Prey of the Falcon", a kidnapping advances terrorist plots to a higher level. Best friends Paz and... Read More

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Timewall Speaks

by Gregory A. Lowe

"Timewall Speaks" is a fascinating novel about an ex-convict who’s searching for a sense of purpose. In his coming-of-age novel with dark undercurrents, "Timewall Speaks", Kirk Ward Robinson portrays both human cruelty and the... Read More

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Down to the Potter’s House

by Eileen Gonzalez

In the historical novel "Down to the Potter’s House", the meaning of home is defined and redefined. In Annette Valentine’s historical novel, "Down to the Potter’s House", a young woman struggles to come to terms with what has... Read More

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The Lottery Game

by Eileen Gonzalez

Poignant observations on aging punctuate the novel "The Lottery Game", in which good intentions lead to disaster. A mild-mannered retiree takes the fall in a tax evasion scheme in Gerard Shirar’s mystery novel "The Lottery Game". After... Read More

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